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- n. Anything that expels.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, expels.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which expels.
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The company also manufactures the Sundhara expeller which is based on a design supplied by the German organization FAKT.
This company manufactures the Arun mini expeller which is priced at US$ 4500.
We recommend non-hydrogenated expeller-pressed coconut oil.
The expeller-pressed refined coconut oil does not have the taste and smell of a coconut, so it's very versatile.
Chips made with expeller pressed oils w/o hydrogenated
Use unrefined or expeller pressed sesame oil for high-temperature cooking.
She added expeller-pressed canola oil, and added it to the batter in a particular way, among other changes.
We found that we could avoid these unhealthy hydrogenated and/or trans-fats by using *drum roll, please* expeller pressed organic coconut oil, which is a more healthy alternative and is not the same thing as the truly bad, hydrogenated coconut oil we hear so much about.
The expeller pressed works like a charm in this recipe!
Living Harvest makes a raw, expeller-pressed organic hemp oil that it a treat.
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